Chiwetel Ejiofor, the star of critics' darling 12 Years a Slave, tells New York magazine's Jada Yuan about his experience making the film.
Divergent's author Veronica Roth has struck YA gold in a world of YA flops. New York magazine's Amanda Dobbins chats with the successful author about her climb to the top.
The strange new indie film Escape from Tomorrow is the latest project that shows audiences the dark side of Disney. Matt Singer at The Dissolve explores Disney's mythical world and its other lesser seen side.
Charlie Hunham's departure from Fifty Shades of Grey got tongues wagging, including Think Progress' Alyssa Rosenberg, but it's her follow up article on the difference between objectification and admiration that's worth looking at.
Hong Kong cinema has a king, and his name is Johnny To. Hua Hsu from Grantland discusses the history of the cinema as well as the director's contributions, including his latest, Drug War.
The legendary Harvey Weinstein is notorious for cutting up films. Grantland's Karina Longworth examines the scissor-happy legend and questions if his cutting has been for the worse.
With no big action movie stars these days, it's no wonder the genre is dead. A.V. Club's Ignatiy Vishnevetsky disagrees and talks about the genre's new life in the B-movie industry.
Kenan Thompson's remarks this week about Saturday Night Live's lack of black women started a larger discussion. Carolyn Edgar of Salon joined in and tackled the white-washed issue of gender equality.